Back in late July, T-Mobile created a teaser page promoting its first HSPA+ device, but did not reveal any information about which phone it would be. Today, T-Mobile updated it’s teaser page so we now know the first HSPA+ device will be the T-Mobile G2, manufactured by HTC. The G2 is another Android smartphone, but we still do not know any specs, pricing, or exact availability. On the teaser page T-Mobile claims the device will be available exclusively to T-Mobile customers in the coming weeks. By operating on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network, G2 users can expect much higher download and upload speeds as compared to 3G speeds. If you want more information on the device as T-Mobile makes it available, feel free to drop your name and email address on the teaser page.
Check it out [T-Mobile G2]